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Jon D. Gilwee, Executive Director, Gov’t Affairs
ACC-OC 4th Annual City Infrastructure Summit
May 30, 2013
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UC Irvine Health
UC Irvine Health represents the clinical and academic
endeavors of UC Irvine Medical Center and UC Irvine School of
Medicine
UC Irvine Medical Center is Orange County’s
only university hospital. It offers acute- and
general-care services and serves as the premier
teaching facility for the School of Medicine
The School of Medicine is located at the
UC Irvine campus and is comprised of
25 departments, 540 clinical faculty,
56 residency and fellowship programs
and 640 trainees
Mission
Discover. Teach. Heal.
Vision
To be among the best (top 20) academic
health centers in the nation in research,
medical education and excellence in
patient care
UC Irvine Health
• We are one of five University of California medical centers that support
the clinical and teaching programs of UC medical and health sciences
schools
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Collectively, the five medical centers in Davis, San Francisco, Los
Angeles,
Irvine and San Diego, comprise one of the largest healthcare systems in
the U.S.
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UC Irvine Medical Center has been serving Orange County since 1976
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Our main patient care facility in Orange is just one of several
patient care locations throughout the region
UC Irvine Medical
Center in Orange is
located 11 miles from
the UC Irvine main campus
UC Irvine Douglas Hospital is
our state-of-the-art, seven-story hospital
It is equipped with the latest technological
advances and offers patients spacious, private patient
rooms ideal for delivering comfort and
compassionate care
For 12 years
and counting,
UC Irvine
Medical Center
has been recognized as one of
“America’s Best Hospitals”
-- U.S. News & World Report
This year, U.S. News ranked our program
in geriatrics 35th among the top 50 geriatric programs
in the country
U.S. News & World Report also cites us as Orange County’s top
hospital and fifth-best among Los Angeles-area medical centers
More than 90
UC Irvine physicians
are recognized as
Best Doctors in America
by Best Doctors, Inc.
We were the first hospital to receive ANCC
Magnet Recognition for nursing excellence in Orange County
We are
Orange County’s
• Only National Cancer
Institute-designated
comprehensive cancer center
• Only Level 1 trauma center
• Only burn center verified by the American
College of Surgeons and American Burn Association
• Only high-risk perinatal/neonatal program
• Most sophisticated, Level III neonatal intensive care unit
UC Irvine Health
-- By the Numbers -
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411 Beds (6.3% - Orange County Total)
108,000 Inpatient Days (8.6%)
519,000 Outpatient Visits (16.4%)
39,000 Emergency Department Visits
71,500 Federally Qualified Health Ctr
Visits
4,400 Jobs (Med Ctr), 3,600 Jobs (SOM)
$1.5 Billion, So. Calif. Economic Output
Orange County Health
Services (2010)
Hospitals – General
31
 Hospitals – Other
18
 Nursing & Residential
574
 Health Practitioner Offices 7,102
 Outpatient Centers
230
 Med. & Diag. Labs
219
 Home Health Agencies
184
Total Establishments: 8,415 (8.3% OC tot)
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UC Irvine Medical Center:
Economic/Fiscal Impact
(2010)
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Annual Revenue
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Total Economic Impact:
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$638.5 million
Output
Employment
Total Labor (incl. benefits)
$ 1.493 billion
10,350 jobs
$ 632.0 million
UC Irvine Medical Center:
Economic/Fiscal Impact
(2010)
Total Fiscal Impact:
- Property/Sales Taxes
- Income Taxes
- Fees/Fines
- Social/other Taxes
Total Taxes:
$41.7 million
21.2
8.3
6.0
$77.2 million
Employment Industry Sectors
(10,350 Jobs)
Agriculture
Mining
Utilities
Construction
Manufacturing
Wholesale Trade
Retail Trade
Transportation
Information
Finance/Insurance
Real Estate/Rental
Prof/Scientific Services
Company Management
Education Services
Health Care and Social
Arts/Entertainment/Rec
Accommodations
Food Service
Waste Management
All others
Role in Local Economy
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Large Employer
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High Volume purchaser of
Goods/Services
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Key component of Local Infrastructure
contributing to Quality of Life
What Health Reform Does:
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Expands health coverage to 32 million
people
Enacts important health insurance reforms
Attempts to “simplify” administration
Attempts to improve access
Enacts delivery system and payment
reforms
Increase supply of health workers
Characteristics of Future
Healthcare Environment
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Increased Service Demand
Declining Revenue per Unit of Service
Declining overall margins
Increasing numbers enrolled in poor
paying public programs
Increased downward pressure on
pricing in commercial market
Shrinking Safety Net Hospital subsidies
Significant Challenges
UC Irvine Health is changing with health
reform!
 Fill role as OC’s only Academic Health
Center
 Efficiently deliver highest quality
quaternary, tertiary and primary healthcare
 Meet evolving community service mission
 Maintain fiscal sustainability in future
Jon D. Gilwee
Executive Director, Government Affairs
UC Irvine Health
[email protected]

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